By Justin Renck: The good news for UofL football just continues! Charlie Strong just got his first committment for the class of 2014! Reggie Bonnafon, who will play QB this season for Trinity High School, has confirmed that he will be a Louisville Cardinal!
This is the highlight video from the game from the great @CrumsRevenge from CardsandCats.com. There is another video coming soon, but this one is flat out awesome! Make sure you are following him and @UofLSheriff50 on twitter! Go Cards!
By: Steven Rummage UF QB Jacoby Brissett is transferring and looking at UofL, WVU, Arkansas, and NC St. Brissett was HS teammates with UF transfers Gerald Christian and Robert Clark (now at Louisville). At 6’4 255 lbs Brissett runs a 4.5 40 and was the #3 QB coming out of HS as well has a 3* SF/PF. Word…
By Justin Renck: Had to take a trip over to some Ohio State message boards to see how they took the news of James Quick choosing the Cards over the Buckeyes. Most of them had the expected “We didn’t want/need him anyway.” Haha. Enjoy!
By Justin Renck: One of the highlights of the trip to New Orleans had to be the unofficial CSZ/Cards fans gathering at Pat O’Brien’s on Bourbon Street! It was a mixture of CSZ members, friends, and twitter followers. Like the rest of the town, Pat O’Brien’s was dominated by Cards fans!
The Sugar Bowl coverage just can not be done yet. Here are the ESPN highlights, followed by post-game comments from Charlie Strong and Teddy Bridgewater!
By Justin Renck: Well it was the news that Cards fans have been waiting for! James Quick, Kentucky’s Mr. Football from Trinity High School here in Louisville, KY, has committed to play football at the University of Louisville! He announced it during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on NBC.
By: Jeremy Wahman The Sugar Bowl was without a doubt the biggest game in the history of the program. It was also big to us the fans. We had to listen to how we didn’t belong in the game and how we couldn’t win. I thought we could win. I predicted that we would win…
By Justin Renck: My buddy Chris Neichter leads the CARDS cheer outside of Bourbon Heat on January 1!
By Steven Rummage The Sugar Bowl is already paying off. 4 Star DT DeAsian Richardson has switched his commitment from WVU to UofL. Richardson had offers from Alabama, FSU, Oklahoma and South Carolina to name a few.
WARNING: Tissue Alert. Really makes you appreciate Teddy and understand how special he is.
By: Steven Rummage Big time Florida DT Derrick Calloway has committed to Louisville! Calloway is 6’1 300 lbs and will provide the Cards with the much needed size on the D Line. Calloway was first team All-State this year in Florida 7A football and was named the best prospect in Southwest Florida. Calloway choose the Cards over offers…
Somebody may want to tell Crean he is in Indiana not Washington. Not legal quite yet.
#4 Louisville (11-1) vs Kentucky (8-3)
Short and sweet, here are the predictions for today’s game from Team CSZ! Justin Renck: Cards win 74-60. Too much chaos caused by Siva and Russ on defense; too many scorers for the Cards. Jeremy Wahman: I say too much Russ, too much Gorgui, too much D. Cards win 80-65. Steven Rummage: 77-65 Cards. UofL…
By Paige Sherrard: The environment of the Yum! Center for today’s game is going to be insane. To date, UK has only played one intense non neutral game, against Notre Dame, in which the Cats were defeated 64-50. Can their Freshmen adjust to the hostility, energy, and pure insanity of the Yum! Center??
By Justin Renck: One of the best moments in this rivalry happened in the 2008-2009 season. The Cards ended up being the #1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, and the Cats played in the NIT. But none of that mattered on this day. In this rivalry, anything can happen! And yes, Earl Clark almost…
By Justin Renck: In what could be the biggest game all-time in the history of the UofL-UK rivalry, 1983 gave us the original “Dream Game.” For years, Kentucky would not play against Louisville. Actually, the last time they had played was 1959! This started with Adolph Rupp and made its way to Joe B. Hall….